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Trade Hallucination: Risks of Trade Facilitation and Suggestions for Implementation, Jeronim Capaldo, GDAE Working Paper 14-01, June 2014

Picking up the pieces from a failed land grab project in Tanzania, Timothy A. Wise, GlobalPost, June 27, 2014

High risks, few rewards for Mexico with Monsanto's maize, Timothy A. Wise, Al JazeeraMay 27, 2014 (Also in Spanish from Via Organica)

Mexico and Monsanto: Taking Precaution in the Face of Genetic Contamination, Timothy A. Wise, Food Tank, May 21, 2014 (Also in Spanish from Via Organica)

Monsanto Meets its Match in the Birthplace of Maize, Timothy A. Wise, Triple Crisis BlogMay 12, 2014 (Also in Spanish from Via Organica)

To end hunger, global policy can't be 'business as usual', Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, March 24, 2014

Malawi's paradox: Filled with both corn and hunger, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, February 25, 2014

Podcast: Addressing the Global Food Crisis: Maize, Food Security, and Climate Change, Timothy A. Wise, presentation at the Open Society Foundation on February 10, 2014

Radio Podcast: What is the legacy of NAFTA? Timothy A. Wise was a guest on the KALW radio show "Your Call" to discuss how NAFTA has affected the lives of millions of American, Canadian and Mexican workers. 

Timothy A. Wise on the Real News Network20 Years on, Mexico is NAFTA's Biggest Lie
Timothy A. Wise explains that the numbers expose the official distortions around NAFTA's failed promises ( January 3, 2014)

 

The Uncertain Gains from Trade Facilitation, Jeronim Capaldo GDAE Policy Brief 13-02 December 2, 2013

Fiscal Austerity and the Euro Crisis: Where Will Demand Come From?, Jeronim Capaldo GDAE Policy Brief 13-01 November 21, 2013

China-Latin America Finance Database- an ongoing collaborative project between GDAE, Boston University's Global Economic Governance Initiative, and the Inter-American Dialogue. The interactive database provides information on Chinese lending activity in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Agricultural Policies and the Global Food Crisis

Picking up the pieces from a failed land grab project in Tanzania, Timothy A. Wise, GlobalPost, June 27, 2014

High risks, few rewards for Mexico with Monsanto's maize, Timothy A. Wise, Al JazeeraMay 27, 2014 (Also in Spanish from Via Organica)

Mexico and Monsanto: Taking Precaution in the Face of Genetic Contamination, Timothy A. Wise, Food Tank, May 21, 2014 (Also in Spanish from Via Organica)

Monsanto Meets its Match in the Birthplace of Maize, Timothy A. Wise, Triple Crisis BlogMay 12, 2014 (Also in Spanish from Via Organica)

To end hunger, global policy can't be 'business as usual', Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, March 24, 2014

Timothy A. Wise presents to Open Society FoundationAddressing the Global Food Crisis: Maize, Food Security, and Climate Change
GDAE Researcher and Open Society Fellow Timothy A. Wise is examining the effects of U.S. policies in Latin America and Africa. This podcast and PowerPoint offer observations from his research so far, which has taken him to Mexico, Rome, Iowa, South Africa, Bali, Ethiopia, and Malawi. (February 10, 2014)

Malawi's paradox: Filled with both corn and hunger, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, February 25, 2014

Most African leaders not making promised investments in agriculture, Timothy A. Wise, Global PostFebruary 6, 2014

Why it's dangerous to trust corporations to lead the fight against world hunger, Timothy A. Wise, Global PostJanuary 31, 2014

Battle Won, The War Goes On, Timothy A. Wise, BW | Business World, January 7, 2014

How beer explains 20 years of NAFTA’s devastating effects on Mexico, Timothy A. Wise, Global PostJanuary 2, 2014

Right to food wins 'defensive battle' in World Trade Organization deal, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, December 8, 2013

10 signs of US hypocrisy on India's food security programme, Timothy A. Wise, Firstpost, December 6, 2013

US opposition to ambitious Indian program a 'direct attack on the right to food, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, December 3, 2013

Timothy A. Wise on the Real News NetworkTimothy A. Wise on GMOs
Watch a The Real News Network interview on the controversy in Mexico over government moves to approve proposals by Monsanto and other biotech firms to grow transgenic corn in Mexico (November 2, 2013). Or read a Global Post commentary: And the prize goes to ... genetically modified foods, October 23, 2013

Fiddling in Rome while our food burns, Timothy A. Wise and Marie Brill, Al Jazeera, October 17, 2013

Feeding World in 2050Rising to the Challenge: Changing Course to Feed the World in 2050, Timothy A. Wise and Kristin Sundell, ActionAid Report, September 2013.
This report is based on the GDAE working paper "Can We Feed the World in 2050? A Scoping Paper to Assess the Evidence," which reviews the economic forecasting that fuels the alarmist notion that global hunger is the result of flagging food production amid looming resource constraints, and presents alternative modeling that can add useful insights.
See the related GDAE Globalization Commentary "Changing Course to Feed the World in 2050" by Timothy A. Wise and Marie Brill,

Framing Hunger: A Response to "The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2012", Frances Moore Lappé, Timothy A. Wise, et. al. Small Planet Institute, May 2013]

Achieving Mexico’s Maize Potential, Antonio Turrent Fernández, Timothy A. Wise, and Elise Garvey, GDAE Working Paper 12-03, October 2012. (Also available in Spanish)

Read more on GDAE's work on Food and Agriculture and Wise's Open Society Fellowship


China & Latin America

The Limits of China’s Globalization Strategy, Kevin P. Gallagher, The Globalist, January 22, 2014

China-Latin America Economic Bulletin: 2013 Edition, Rebecca Ray and Kevin P. Gallagher, Working Group on Development and Environment in the Americas, January 2014 (Also available in Spanish)

China-Latin America Financial DatabaseThe China-Latin America Finance Database stems from an ongoing collaborative project between GDAE, Boston University's Global Economic Governance Initiative, and the Inter-American Dialogue. The interactive database, which will be updated annually, is the most up-to-date source of information on Chinese lending activity in Latin America and the Caribbean.

NAFTA’s Uninvited Guest: China and the Disintegration of North American Trade, Enrique Dussel Peters and Kevin P. Gallagher, Revista CEPAL 110, August 2013. (Also available in Spanish)

Profiting from Precaution: How China’s Policy Banks Can Enhance Social and Environmental Standards, Kevin P. Gallagher, Paulson Institute Policy Memorandum, July 2013

Chinese Mining in Latin America A Comparative Perspective, Amos Irwin & Kevin P. Gallagher, The Journal of Environment Development, June 2013

New Banks In Town by Gallagher Irwin and KoleskiThe New Banks in Town: Chinese Finance in Latin America, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Amos Irwin, and Katherine Koleski, Inter-American Dialogue Report, February 2012
A January 2013 update is available in Spanish.
A May 2013 update is available in Portuguese.


Learn more about GDAE's work on China and Latin America


Foreign Investment & Sustainable Development

Sustaining Development: Extractive Industries and Local Communities, Lyuba Zarsky, World Politics Review, August 6, 2013

Can Extractive Industries Promote Sustainable Development? A Net Benefits Framework and a Case Study of the Marlin Mine in Guatemala, Lyuba Zarsky and Leonardo Stanley, The Journal of Environment Development, June 2013

IMF's New View on Capital Controls, Kevin P Gallagher and Jose Antonio Ocampo, Economic & Political Weekly Vol - XLVIII No. 12, March 23, 2013

Regulating Global Capital Flows Capital Account Regulations and the Trading System: A Compatibility Review,
The Task Force on Regulating Global Capital Flows for Long-Run Development,
March 2013. (Available in Spanish and Portuguese)
This report highlights a number of potential incompatibilities found between the trade and investment treaties and the ability to deploy CARs. It builds on the findings of the first Task Force and presents the findings of a second workshop led by GDAE Senior Researcher Kevin P. Gallagher

 


Read more about GDAE’s work on Capital Flows and Foreign Investment


Reforming US Trade Policies

Timothy A. Wise on the legacy of NAFTAWhat is the legacy of NAFTA?
Timothy A. Wise was a guest on the KALW radio show "Your Call" to mark the 20th anniversary of The North American Free Trade Agreement between Canada, Mexico and the US. The show discusses how NAFTA has affected the lives of millions of American, Canadian and Mexican workers. And asks: What has been NAFTA's Effect on Jobs, Migration, and the Environment?
(January 13, 2014)

Timothy A. Wise on the Real News Network20 Years on, Mexico is NAFTA's Biggest Lie
Timothy A. Wise explains that the numbers expose the official distortions around NAFTA's failed promises ( January 3, 2014)

How beer explains 20 years of NAFTA’s devastating effects on Mexico, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, January 2, 2014

Trade facilitation has real costs and dubious gains, Jeronim Capaldo, Letter to the editor of the Financial Times, December 4, 2013

The Uncertain Gains from Trade Facilitation, Jeronim Capaldo GDAE Policy Brief 13-02 December 2, 2013

NAFTA’s Uninvited Guest: China and the Disintegration of North American Trade, Enrique Dussel Peters and Kevin P. Gallagher, Revista CEPAL 110, August 2013. (Also available in Spanish)

Clash of Globalizations by Kevin GallagherThe Clash of Globalizations:
Essays on the Political Economy of Trade and Development Policy

Kevin P. Gallagher Anthem Press, July 2013

Gallagher's new book shows how many global and bi-lateral trade deals leave developing nations with little flexibility to deploy adequate development policies. His essays discuss how the emergence of nations like Brazil, India, South Africa and China may lead to a re-balancing of trade rules, at least at the global level.

Wise on TPP Timothy A. Wise was interviewed by The Real News Network on President Obama's Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), based on his LATN Brief, "U.S. Trade Policy: 'Still Waiting for a "21st Century Trade Agreement'," co-authored with Kevin P. Gallagher. The LATN Brief is based on the Task Force on North American Trade Policy Report, now available in Spanish. (September 15, 2011)

Read more about GDAE's work in Reforming US Trade Policies


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The Triple Crisis Blog

The Triple Crisis Blog provides expert opinion and analysis on the global crises in finance, development and environment. GDAE and partners launched the blog in February of 2010. Globalization Researchers Timothy A. Wise and Lyuba Zarsky are contributors to the Triple Crisis Blog. Read the most recent posts:

Triple Crisis Blog

To end hunger, global policy can't be 'business as usual', Timothy A. Wise, Triple Crisis Blog, March 24, 2014. Cross-posted from Global Post.


Columns & Commentaries

To end hunger, global policy can't be 'business as usual', Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, March 24, 2014

Malawi's paradox: Filled with both corn and hunger, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, February 25, 2014

Most African leaders not making promised investments in agriculture, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, February 6, 2014

Why it's dangerous to trust corporations to lead the fight against world hunger, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, January 31, 2014

Battle Won, The War Goes On, Timothy A. Wise, BW | Business World, January 7, 2014

How beer explains 20 years of NAFTA’s devastating effects on Mexico, Timothy A. Wise, Global Post, January 2, 2014

Trade facilitation has real costs and dubious gains, Jeronim Capaldo, Letter to the editor of the Financial Times, December 4, 2013

Read more columns and commentaries from GDAE researchers.

See Timothy A. Wise's work on A Rights-Based Approach to the Global Food Crisis.

 

The Global Development and Environment Institute’s Globalization and Sustainable Development Program examines the economic, social and environmental impacts of economic integration in developing countries, with a particular emphasis on the WTO and NAFTA's lessons for trade and development policy. The goal of the program is to identify policies and international agreements that foster sustainable development.

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